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Budget submission 2022-23: Unshackling the private sector - a business-led recovery

Key budget recommendations include: Skilling the workforce by increasing investment in VET through an ambitious new National Skills Agreement which also better targets training to the needs of learners and their employers. Extending the Boosting Apprentice Commencement wage subsidy for...

Submission to the Productivity Commission’s inquiry into Australia's Maritime Logistics System

Australia’s sea ports are the gateway through which much of the nation’s trade travels. In 2018-19 the combined value of Australia’s maritime imports and exports exceeded $550 billion, with over 1.5 billion tonnes moved by ship. This ranged from goods...

Submission on the reform of Australia’s electronic surveillance framework

This is the Business Council’s submission in response to the Discussion Paper on the Australia’s electronic surveillance framework. The Government is seeking views on wholesale reforms of the legislative framework governing electronic surveillance in Australia. We support reform of the...

Submission on proposed changes to strengthen protections against unfair contract terms

The Business Council of Australia welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission in response to theexposure draft legislation and explanatory materials for proposed changes to strengthen protections againstunfair contract terms. The changes proposed in this submission seek to reduce compliance...

Submission to the Department of Home Affairs - Migration Program 2022

This is the Business Council of Australia’s submission to the Department of Home Affairs on Australia’s migration settings, including the level and composition of the 2022-23 permanent migration program. With vaccination rates high and border restrictions easing, Australia should set...

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